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The Evening Post, Tuesday, 5 September,2000
Article: Mathew Loh

What about good faith, fairness? - Samuels - Crowd turns blind eye - Go forth and buy local - Turia sorry for any offense - Auto-pilot flight across Oz kills eight - Inside headlines - Sportslead - Editorial

What about good faith, fairness? - Samuels: Ousted Maori Affairs Minister Dover Samuels wants to legally challenge his sacking from Cabinet now the police have decided to drop the case against him.

Crowd turns blind eye: A crowd of people did nothing to stop two women being beaten and stripped of their property by a gang of teenage girls in Wellington city on Saturday night.

Go forth and buy local: The front page pic shows Maori and Pacific island designs.

Turia sorry for any offence: Associate Maori Affairs Minister Tariana Turia is sorry if she offended anyone with her speech last week linking the Jewish holocaust to the European colonisation of New Zealand.

Auto-pilot flight across OZ kills eight: A light aircraft flew on automatic pilot for nearly 3000km across Australia overnight from Perth to North Queensland before crashing in the outback, killing all eight people on board.

Inside headlines.
- Timor troop committment may go beyond May;
- New faces grace top jobs in public sector;
- Labour caucus bones up on business;
- Live now, no then, says Sir Michael;
- Lord of the strings;
- Toddler death probe nears end;
- Smashed - but precious reminder;
- It's only fair that Capital pays - Terris;
- RSA's gaming profits disappear;
- Find $8m or else, Whitby golfers told;
- GPs tell King to provide evidence;
- New Alac head;
- Big E benefits from arts fund jab

Cox steps up but Shakers still searching: The capital shakers netball franchise has confirmed the appointment of former Silver Fern, Tanya Cox, as coach.

Editorial: Hospital staff issues need to be resolved.

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